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Noun1.borrowing cost - the cost of borrowing somethingborrowing cost - the cost of borrowing something  
cost - the total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor
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investors focus on the Federal Reserve, but the Fed is far from the only central bank that has recently trimmed borrowing costs. Plenty of emerging markets central banks, including the Reserve Bank of India, have been joining the rate cut fun.
Investors had been hoping the Fed would cut borrowing costs by as much as 50 basis points at its next policy meeting at the end of the month, but Friday's report reduced the chances of that happening.
They examined the effect of local newspaper closures on public borrowing costs.
Stating that borrowing costs have already increased on higher interest rates, Moody's said it expects the Reserve Bank will continue to steadily raise the benchmark rate through 2019, which will further dampen domestic demand.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-November 1, 2018--Italian central bank warns about rising borrowing costs
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It remains to be seen whether Erdogan will brook another increase in borrowing costs. The president, a self-described "enemy of interest rates", has called for lower rates to keep the economy growing.
The Central Bank of the UAE on Thursday raised interest rates by 25 basis points for the third time this year in line with the US Federal Reserve's decision to hike rates, paving the way for still higher borrowing costs that would have imminent implications across the financial sector.
Expansion of firms at risk due to higher rates !-- -- MANILA, Philippines Higher interest rates may address the monster inflation in the country but may soon constrict Philippine companies' capacity to expand as borrowing costs rise, according to industry players.
Most analysts are concerned that the rate increase could put further pressure on liquidity in the economy, while leading to higher borrowing costs for both governments and corporations.
NEW YORK -- Pakistan's fiscal deficit to reach 4.8 percent of the gross domestic product, during the current fiscal year whereas depreciation of domestic currency to increase inflation and increase borrowing costs. Moody's in a report released on Friday under the theme Contagion risks greatest where external vulnerability, weak debt affordability meet low policy credibility, discussing several countries also allocate a small part on Pakistan.